Former FCA chair Randell joins line-up of ten City advisers to Labour party

abrdn and Schroders chair among the ranks

Valeria Martinez
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The former chair of the Financial Conduct Authority Charles Randell has reportedly joined a list of ten City heavyweights recruited as advisers to the Labour party.

Labour shadow City minister Tulip Siddiq today (8 December) unveiled ten advisers from the City to help inform its policy for the financial sector, in a bid to leave behind memories of Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the party. The list of advisers includes Charles Randell, who served as FCA chair from April 2018 until spring 2022, abrdn chair Douglas Flint, London Stock Exchange chief executive David Schwimmer, Schroders chair Elizabeth Corley and Legal & General Group chair John Kingman. Mark Carney endorses Labour's Rachel Reeves as next UK chancellor Other members in the panel in...

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